2011 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport Custom
2011 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport Custom

• Complete black steel urethane painted ‘armor’ exterior and black cloth interior
• Front and rear steel offroad bumpers, steel side steps and custom steel grill
• 3.8L V-6 with SMPI (code EGH) • Six-speed manual transmission (code NSG370) with 3.73 gearing, anti-spin rear axle and conventional differential front axle
• Command-Trac, shift-on-the-fly four-wheel drive
• Next-generation Dana 30 solid front axle
• Next-generation Dana 44 heavy-duty rear axle
• Air-conditioning, cruise control, power steering, four-wheel disc brakes with power assist, tilt steering column, power heated mirrors and leather-wrapped steering wheel
• Electronic stability control, hill start assist, traction control, electronic roll mitigation, LED front and rear fog lights, remote keyless entry, front air bags
• 22.5-gallon fuel tank and 116-inch wheelbase

If you’re looking for an off roader that could play a role in the next Mad Max film, you found it. This Jeep Wrangler Unlimited has been heavily modified, with its standard exterior covered in all steel urethane painted black armor, complete with small spikes and LED foglights, headlights and rear taillights. Its doors and side glass have been removed, leaving only the structural safety frames. The hardtop is gone too, replaced by a canvas roof and a type of netting over the cargo bay and rear seat.

This Jeep is much like a modern large side by side but is sold with a title and is street legal!

The overall exterior fit and finish is fine; the black urethane guards against minor abrasions. The Jeep’s body is otherwise straight and solid. The engine bay is tidy and the vehicle is ready for its next adventure with a new owner. There’s a 22.5-gallon fuel tank and the Jeep has a 116-inch wheelbase.

It rolls on Yokohama Geolander X-MT light truck tires, size 37×12.50R17 at every corner. Each tire is mounted to a black and silver Rockstar off-road wheel. The tires and wheels are all in very good order.

This example was made in Chrysler’s South Toledo, Ohio factory and left the assembly line with the following equipment: cloth seats, six-speed manual transmission, trailer tow group, power convenience group, traction control, electronic roll mitigation, This vehicle was shipped to Missouri, where it was originally sold.

Under the hood is Chrysler’s 3.8L pushrod V-6 (code EGH) with sequential multiple point fuel injection. The motor is backed by a six-speed manual transmission (code NSG370) with a conventional differential front axle and an anti-spin rear axle with a 3.73:1 rear end. The Jeep has Command-Trac shift-on-the-fly four-wheel drive, a next-generation Dana 30 solid front axle and a next-generation Dana 44 heavy-duty rear axle.

Lokace: Fenton, Missouri, United States